A hi-NRG, Vegas-style lounge with martini bar, VIP balcony and ginormous dance floor. If you can't dance, you can always watch the bank of plasma TVs on the wall.
Sporting a pick-up truck-chic decor, the space is festooned with license plates, hubcaps and full-size automobiles. There are entire walls of acoustic guitars. It shouldn't be hard to grab a drink here thanks to three bars on the first floor and another upstairs. The menu is a mix of staples like nachos, wings, pizza, chopped salads, burgers, ribs and pasta.
Weekends, after the dinner crowd thins out, and this upscale Italian restaurant becomes a hotbed for hip, bluesy jazz.
This cavernous club seems to have a dancer on duty for every candlelit table -- and it has a lot of tables. Must be over 21 and well dressed to enter, but most guests are closer to 30. The complex also has an opulent sports bar, spa and champagne suites.
The Bop Stop is back, now with a full bar and food service, and the acoustics are as crisp as ever.
For happy hour, nine-to-fivers and no-collar workers mingle inside the Clevelander and at its outdoor patio.
The new crowd at Coyote Ugly is extremely diverse, and weekends are even more lesbian-friendly
In the center of Downtown Cleveland's nightlife, the upscale-casual is a relaxed spot for sharply-dressed diners to enjoy microbrews, thick steaks, and live jazz on weekends.
The former Longevity is now Club Argos, Cleveland's only alternative sports bar. And "alternative" doesn't mean it's for Steelers fans.
Housed in the former Aqua nightclub, Mega is the nighttime place to be for Cleveland's Hispanic community. It's bright and airy, with an L-shaped strike-a-pose area on the second floor that overlooks a glossy dance floor. Weekend DJs spin the latest salsa.
This Warehouse District fave has something for everyone: Sports fans soak in the glow of the big-screen TVs. Music lovers shake to DJs spinning the freshest cuts. And the rest of us just drown in the tasty cocktails and 40-plus beers on tap.
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